Team Kenny. Karyn wants the driver to stop and ask directions to the hotel, although the driver has allegedly convinced her that he knows where he's going. The driver gets out to consult, and Karyn puts her head down. "Oh, Jesus, help us," she says.
Drew wanders into a little building with a sign outside that says, "Is There a BOMB Near You?" Good grief, what kind of a building is this? Anyway, inside, he sits with some guys and tries to figure out where the hotel is. Nobody knows. "Ay, yi, yi," he grumbles. Meanwhile, Rob and Brennan get out of their cab, and it sounds like Brennan tells Rob to pay the driver. "Pay him for what? Gettin' us lost?" You know, there seems to be a lot of this going around. You'd almost think it was The Officially-Sanctioned Consumer Protection Violation of the Indian Taxi Industry. Brennan complains that their driver, who claimed to know where the hotel was, actually just brought them into New Delhi to find out where it was. Actually, in fairness to the driver, that's probably the best thing he could've done for them. Otherwise, you're Momily and Team Kenny and Shower-Fresh, just driving around asking people at random. In New Delhi, by contrast, Esquire manages to find its way into a building with giant letters saying "INFORMATION CENTER," and what could be better than that? I mean, aside from "FREE BEER," there's really nothing better a sign can say. Now, they're able to find out that they need to get to Agra. All in all, not as much trouble as they could have had. Meanwhile, Kevin and Drew also get the news of Agra, and they set up their ride, although Drew is concerned that the vehicle won't get them all the way there. "The tires are -- are bawwld," he Drews.
Karyn, angrily negotiating on her own behalf and -- I suspect -- being ripped off. On one hand, I sympathize with her (for some of the same reasons I gave a break to Emily), but on the other hand, Karyn is screaming much more angrily, and she's also being very strategically foolish, because screaming at your driver is not going to get you anywhere any faster. Apparently, not only are they being asked for more money than they agreed to, but the driver who claimed to know right where they needed to go? Well, now he doesn't. "You lied to us! You lied to me!" she yells. Of course, with Karyn, there's no need for her to limit her screaming to those people who actually deserve it. Hey, let's spread it around! She gives what I think is actually her final "Lennyyyyy!" and then she says to him, in just the most angry-mom voice you can imagine, "I'm tired of doing everything, you do NOTHING." Lenny gives an uncomfortable laugh. Lenny! Get out now!